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Scotland: Society & Globalization/Scottish Professor
Scotland: Society & Globalization is a wide-ranging course that explores different aspects of contemporary Scottish society. Locating Scotland in its historical and global contexts, he course focuses on many of the key social, economic, cultural and political issues that face Scotland today. It considers many of the ways that globalization can be said to be impacting on Scottish economy and society and takes a multi- and inter- disciplinary approach. The course draws on sociology, social policy, social history and human geography. The course emphasizes the importance & usefulness of comparative and trasnational comparisons for the understanding of developments in a particular national context. Comparisons between different aspects of Scottish and US societies will occupy centre stage; students will be required to reflect on points of similarity & convergence between US & Scottish/UK society.
Textbook(s): Textbook provided in Scotland; no purchase required.
Lake Superior State University: POLI 377/3 cr.
Murray State University: SOC 465: Globalization; HIS 390: Special Topics
Normandale Community College: HIST Elective/3 cr. (5, 8)
UW-Colleges: GEN EL/General Elective/3 cr.
UW-Oshkosh: SS Elective 008U (SS)
UW-River Falls: WIS 305/Scotland: Society & Globalization/3 cr., Liberal Arts (HF), GE (GP)
UW-Stout: CAHSS 205/Scotland: Society & Globalization/3 cr.
UW-Superior: SOCI 201/Social Problems in Global Perspectives/3 cr. (Social Inquiry)
UW-Whitewater: LSINDP 999/L&S Interdisciplinary Elective/3 cr. (GI)